Author Archives: Jillian Perkins

About Jillian Perkins

Director of Communications

Listen to Part 2 of Arnerich Massena’s Impact Investing Podcast Series: What is impact investing and why is it worth your attention?

We recently posted part 1 of our Impact Investing Podcast Series, which provided some background and context to the history of Arnerich Massena’s impact research. We’re pleased to now present part 2, in which we look at what impact investing is and why it’s worth your attention. Co-CIO Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA, and investment advisor Ryland Moore discuss everything from definitions to long-term trends, as they share their insights on the impact marketplace, its evolution, and why it’s so important right now. Read more »

Listen to Part 1 of Arnerich Massena’s Impact Investing Podcast Series

Following the publication of our recent white paper, Impact Investing: Why, What, How? we have been excited to discover that people are deeply interested in the opportunities we are presenting and what it could mean both for their portfolio and for the world. We wanted to dive in a little deeper and share some of our knowledge and passion firsthand. To that end, we’re pleased to introduce Arnerich Massena’s Impact Investing Podcast Series. In this series of podcasts, we’ll explore impact investing from a variety of different angles, including the history of our research, the basics of what impact investing is, and what thematic opportunities we are focusing on. Read more »

Arnerich Massena Delivers Giving Tree Gifts to Irvington Families

Arnerich Massena’s annual Giving Tree tradition is close to our hearts because it serves families in need from our own Irvington neighborhood. Each year, we reach out to families in Arnerich Massena’s I AM Learning Partnership community service programs to find those families who may need some extra support and assistance over the holidays. This year, Arnerich Massena employees shopped for 49 children from 20 different families, delivering a combination of necessities and a few fun gifts. It’s a tradition we love; there is nothing better than seeing giant bags under the holiday tree waiting for delivery, knowing they will bring some joy and comfort this holiday season. Read more »

Monopoly Power is Concentrating Public Markets

Four firms control 98% of the cell phone market, four companies have cornered 92% of the peanut butter market, four airlines hold 73% of their industry market share, and three firms make up 89% of the social networking industry.1 There’s similar concentration across a wide variety of industries, from pet food to pharmacies to beer. What does it mean when industries become this concentrated, dominated by a few giants? Read more »

Technology and Transformation: Investment trends to watch for in 2019 – the Podcast

Listen to co-CIO Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA and investment advisor Kate Deines as they dive deeper into the discussion about Arnerich Massena’s 2019 investment trends to watch for. In this podcast, they’ll discuss the accelerated changes in technology that will color the investment landscape of 2019, as well as some of the transformational trends, like Opportunity Zones and impact investing, that will play an equally important role next year. Read more »

Fishpeople Seafood in New York Times

Fishpeople Seafood has hit the big time, with a feature in the September 10 issue of the New York Times: “A New Salmon Jerky for Snacking.” Florence Fabricant, food and wine writer, directs readers to try Fishpeople’s amazing salmon jerky, which she describes as “chewy, briny, and satisfying.” The article notes, “A newcomer to jerky is a company called Fishpeople, which allows consumers to learn something (via a product code to its website) about how the fish was caught. The company’s salmon jerky, in four varieties, is made from whole strips of sustainably harvested wild Alaskan keta salmon.” Fishpeople is one of the private equity investments made by 3×5 Partners, LLC, an Arnerich Massena Approved Manager and affiliate. Read more »

Zero Mass Water and Tony Arnerich Featured on KGW News!

“At first glance, it might look like a new set of solar panels going up at this Northeast Portland office building, but take a closer look and you’ll notice these panels look a little different,” begins KGW environmental reporter Keely Chalmers, who came out to the 3×5 Partners/Fishpeople Seafood building to report on the installation of three Zero Mass Water hydropanels. She interviewed Tony Arnerich, managing partner of 3×5 and CEO of Arnerich Massena, about the Source hydropanels and Zero Mass Water’s revolutionary work. In the interview, Tony explains how the solar panels create drinking water out of the humidity in the air using only solar electricity. Read more »